Responsibilities & duties
As a Marine Fleet Engineer, you will play a key role in the technical management of Titan Clean Fuels' fleet of LNG bunker vessels and provide support through maritime experience and know-how to various projects and fleet development activities. In a matrix reporting structure to the Fleet Director and Technical Fleet Manager, you will fulfill one or more of the following roles:

  1. - Support the oversight of the technical performance and maintenance of Titan's Fleet 
    - Assist in ensuring fleet compliance with regulatory requirements and company standards
  2. - Collaborate with vessel- and crew managers in line with Titan philosophy and Key Performance Indicators
  3. - Contribute to the development of internal processes and standards for the fleet development and engineering department
  4. - Conduct on-site technical inspections and performance evaluations of Titan fleet and assets
  5. - Provide technical support for vessel modifications, drydocking and upgrades
  6. - Liaise on technical and operational matters with ship owners, vendors, and shipyards.
  7. - Support on design, construction, commissioning, and trials for Titan’s fleet development projects
  8. - Assist in charter negotiations and processes with technical evaluation and general due diligence
  9. - Draft tender documents for various projects: ranging from upgrade projects to site supervision and vessel management.

Requirements & qualifications
The position requires a hands-on mentality coupled with a strong -operational or technical- background in the maritime sector. You will be part of a growing company with a dedicated -and growing- team in charge of managing and developing Titan Clean Fuels’ fleet of bunker vessels. The role will be based in Amsterdam. Occasional travel will be required.

  1. - Strong communicative skills and team player
  2. - Former seafarer or background in marine engineering, vessel management or other hands-on maritime experience
  3. - Demonstrated self-reliance and independence.
  4. - Strong sense of ownership
  5. - Operational experience with gas carriers or LNG is an advantage.
  6. - Proactive and creative in a fast-changing environment.
  7. - Proficient in English, both spoken and written
  8. - Eagerness to dive into the world of LNG bunkering, related systems, and associated vessel construction and operational considerations.
  • - Salary ranging from € 3.500 to € 3,950 per month, based on experience plus 8% holiday allowance paid monthly.
  • - We offer a collaborative environment where you'll have plenty of opportunities to learn from experienced colleagues.
  • - Our full-time position comes with a range of benefits to make your work life as comfortable and fulfilling as possible. You'll enjoy 25 holidays, a flexible work schedule that allows you to work partly from home, a great work atmosphere and a pension scheme with an employer contribution.
  • - Challenging your analytical skills and providing freedom to develop out-of-the-box solutions.
  • - We understand that work-life balance is important, which is why we offer a travel allowance, lease a bike plan with an employer contribution and a ‘workation’ policy so you can combine work with vacationing, or visiting family friends abroad while still working.
  • - You will get a definite contract with the expectation of a long-term employment relationship; you'll have the stability and security you need to continue building a rewarding career.